One of the most touristy, but truly beautiful things to do in Puerto Vallarta is to take a walk along the Malecon. Local artist display their paintings, there is often a sandcastle competition on the... more
Old Town is definitely the place to be. You will feel like you are really in Mexico, unlike some the places with walled off beach areas to the north. Why go to Mexico if you don't want to experience... more
Yeahh! defenitly these tours are a must in Puerto Vallarta. most of them they start around 9:00 am and depart from the main maritime terminal, you get continental breakfast,Lunch,open bar on board,... more
... and when you do make certain that one of the things which you try is a gordita. A gordita is a hand-held piece of heaven, a puffy symphony to Mexican good taste. At some food stalls, cooks will... more
"The Predator" movie set is a tourist attraction where you can see the helicopter that was blown up in the movie. I never liked the movie that much, but I must admit that the movie location in the... more
The Canopy Tour at El Eden lets you ride zip lines over the old set of the movie "Predator." The ride across twelve zip cables gets up to almost 50 miles per hour and the lines are up to 1500 meters... more
Mismaloya, nice town with a very cozy beach, is also the place that director John Huston chose for the movie "The Night of the Iguana". The remains of the movie set and the forth that was built for... more
I always wanted to swim with the dolphins in Hawaii but for some reason never done it. So, in Puerto Vallarta, I saw an pamphlet in our hotel and thought it will be a great idea for me and my daughter... more
Los Arcos is the name given to the three huge rocks just off shore near Mismaloya. The name Los Arcos (The Arches) comes from the arching caves and grottoes that have been carved out by time and the... more
Bucerias is a small fishing village filled with culture. Restaurants line the beach and overlook the water. they have great deals. We sat there for quite a while. We got 25 Coronas, 2 Margaritas and 2... more
If you come to Vallarta between December and February and you have never gone whale watching, I would strongly recommend this kind of tour. There are already some whales in November (as they are just... more
I loved this excursion. They took us on an airconditioned bus up to a Ranch. When we got there they gave us some breakfast and let us get ready to go. Then they tought you what to do with the horses... more
I haven't been back to Puerto Vallarta since 1990, except for the larger hotel chains that have gone up, downtown and much of the landscape I remember the same. The people and weather was exceptional,...
Puerto Vallarta is located on the Pacific Coast on one of the largest bays in the world. It is the largest natural bay in Mexico, with 160Km of coastline and tropical beauty. The bay is located in the...